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Chinmaya_Naik
Advisor

Details regarding Logs and Track (Gateway General Properties)

Hi Checkmates Team,

Please help me to give details on below yellow mark in snapshot.

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@Chinmaya_Naik 

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

sk62082: How to allow TCP/UDP packets with IP options through Check Point Security Gateway

skI1915: Configuring Dynamic Objects

log every authenticated http connection speaks for itself, i thing...

CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist
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Chinmaya_Naik
Advisor

Hi @G_W_Albrecht 

Thanks for the update.

I need clarity on below point

1. log every authenticated http connection

2. SLA violation

 

@Chinmaya_Naik 

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Sorin_Gogean
Advisor

hey, 

 

Not sure if they are still actual, but here is what I found:

"Log every authenticated HTTP connection: In many cases, loading a Web page requires more than one connection to be opened. If this option is checked, each and every one of those connections will be logged instead of just the first one to a particular site."

"SLA violation: If a virtual link is defined and the availability parameters defined for that link are not met, that is, the virtual link does not meet the established Service Level Agreement (SLA), this activity generates the appropriate log or alert entry."

 

 

Thank you,

PS: from here 

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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
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SLA violation specifies the action to be taken when an SLA violation occurs, as defined in the Virtual Links window. Per sk106085 in older versions look here: SmartView Monitor -> Virtual Links...

Where Check Point is configured as a proxy, Log every authenticated HTTP connection specifies that additional log entries be generated. From what I recall this causes both the inbound & outbound connection to/from the "proxy" to be logged.

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